When the Class of 2019 graduated, the Clinton baseball team lost six starters, 94 wins, four regional tourney appearances, 14 playoff wins and three college athletes. Just four starters returned

Clinton 2019 graduate Sharise Whitney, left, was named Academic All-State for the slow-pitch season. She received her plaque at the All-State game with CHS head softball coach Lisa Moss in

It’s been almost a month since Clinton tight end Valek Cisneros and Clinton defensive tackle Reed Lindsey moved into Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma respectively to begin

An inexperienced Clinton Preps baseball team (8-13 overall) grew throughout the summer and concluded it on a high note with a 14-7 win over Kingfisher’s middle school team Friday night

WOODWARD – A young Clinton baseball team completed its summer campaign as winners with a record 17-13-1 and finished the year with a 2-2 record at the Woodward Festival in

WEATHERFORD – Improvements were apparent to Clinton head football coach John Higbee in the team’s second seven-on-seven session Thursday at Milam Stadium versus Weatherford and Minco. Before diving into the

Clinton, Arapaho-Butler, Corn Bible Academy and Burns Flat-Dill City schools, along with the rest of Oklahoma, begin OSSAA’s first ever “Summertime Dead Period,” today for all athletics, and it runs through Sunday July 7.

A knee injury forced a redshirt season for Oklahoma State women’s cross country/track athlete Kaylee Oyler in 2018, but the 2016 Clinton grad and soon-to-be OSU senior rebounded for the best outdoor season of her career in 2019.

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